Smart DNS Changer Pro

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About this app

What does Internet Optimizer do?

It is a special DNS changer application developed for Android devices. It also compares many DNS servers, finds and connects to the fastest DNS service. During this process, instantaneous delay (on the basis of ms) values ​​are used. Tested DNS servers are ordered by latency. Its main purpose is to change DNS. It is intended for users to make the fastest DNS connection without hassle.

What is the order of Internet Optimize and DNS Change?

1- Internet connection is checked.
2- There is a connected network type. (Wi-Fi, Mobile Network, 2G, 3G, 4G, 5G)
3- The instantaneous delay of the normal connection is calculated. (Ping time)
4- DNS changer tests 17 different DNS services based on instant latency. (Pings a global server.)
5- DNS servers are sorted on the basis of their latency. (Sorted by ping time)
6- By configuring the fastest DNS server, a connection request is sent. (Note: A VPN connection permission request may be shown to the user during this time.)
7- DNS connection is completed.
8- In the main interface, the connected DNS server, Ping time, network type information are updated.

What is Ping Monitor and how does it work?

This tool is a tool that is constantly updated in one corner of the screen, allowing the user to instantly see the ping time. It aims to let you know if there is lag or lag while playing the game. It can be useful for players to follow in online games. It is calculated by pinging a hub. The latency is based on the ping time. All network types are supported. This feature needs some permissions and internet connection to work properly.

Some special permissions needed for DNS Change

These permissions are required for DNS change operation. We need these permissions to calculate ping times and learn network type. Also, we need services so that the DNS changer can run in the background.

Permissions required for Ping Monitor

Ping monitor needs display permission on other displays. An internet connection is required for this service to work properly.
Updated on
Jul 20, 2024

Data safety

Safety starts with understanding how developers collect and share your data. Data privacy and security practices may vary based on your use, region, and age. The developer provided this information and may update it over time.
This app may share these data types with third parties
App activity, App info and performance, and Device or other IDs
This app may collect these data types
App activity, App info and performance, and Device or other IDs
Data isn’t encrypted
Data can’t be deleted

Ratings and reviews

13.4K reviews
john DuBois
June 2, 2020
It works for awhile, then websites get more hard to open. Seems like a long wait for something too open. I tried manual dns, but before you know it they stop. Speed, stability and strength is mostly desired! Especially for downloading. Not sure if this is automatically seeking a faster dns by automatic means...then switching again if it changes.It does help and especially now and times . Especially too if straightTalk service throttles you or slows you for no reason.. a big pain in the blank!
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Mos Rahim
February 11, 2024
Can't find a fault with it at all, but I would like to give a couple of suggestions for the next update, and those would be for either a widget or notification to either run a DNS check or to at least turn it on and off; it's a little old fashioned to have to actively search for the app each time you need to use it. Also, and this one should be obvious, but a dark mode.
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